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>>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. i am frank somerville. >> i am julie haener. a rash of home burglaries is getting special attention from the new mayor. he visited a victim after she told her story to ktvu channel 2 news. only on 2, ktvu's eric rasmussen was there. he joins us now with what is being done about the problem. >> reporter: we told you how this homeowner was concerned about burglars. today the mayor says he will consider suggestions to close this trail after dark and encourage neighbors to use lighting and today people said they are just happy something is being done. >> nice to meet you. >> reporter: the mayor made this house call after she said her home was burglarized twice in one month. >> this path is the problem. >> reporter: she told us how thieves stole jewelry and hit the homes of several neighbors but she didn't expect her concerns would reach the top of government so quickly. >> hang on, i go, it is the mayor. and she was like -- >> listen to her concerns. she has ideas. >>
. ktvu's paul chambers is live on treasure island where officials say there is no oil spills. >> reporter: that's correct. the tanker collided with tower six. you can see the tanker is behind me here, lit up. the pilot will meet with the coast guard tomorrow. but for right now will remain out here because it is part of an investigation. >> reporter: it sits in the san francisco bay. according to the coast guard this morning the tanker that dropped off fuel was on its way back out when it hit a protective barrier. >> this is basically a scrape for the bay bridge. didn't touch the structure. >> the fender system took the brunt of the strike. they have been in place for more than 75 years. >> it was upgraded a few years ago. it is wood and plastic composite materials that took the damage. >> reporter: within 20 minutes they had a crew out checking the structure. no work will be needed except repairing the fenders. >> 40 feet has been damaged, damaged in the way it was supposed to. it protected the bridge. >> reporter: at no time was bridge traffic effected. i will tell you every member of t
while they give out protection from the cold, cold night. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> light showers last night ushered in cold air. it settled in and tonight with clear skies it will get real cold. the national weather service issued a frost advisory for the bay shore. talking frost in redwood city, mountain view, hayward. these areas you don't see frost often. here is the stunner. freeze warning for a lot of areas. livermore, concord, santa rosa. in san jose, that is a big deal, san jose you are on the bay, it is tough to get it that cold. over night lows tonight will be in the mid-20s. the cold air is in place, winds are dying and current temperatures, santa rosa 47 degrees. cool right now temperatures. 49 in san jose. here is the story, over night lows, we will see temperatures into the 20s. that could cause issues with pipes. that is what we are tracking. cold weather. the national weather service extended it into saturday morning as well. when we come back, what you can expect for the bay area weekend and a chance of rain in the five-day forecast. >> you can find eany w
an update at 4:00 this afternoon. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, allie. >>> two teenagers accused of killing a castro valley valley and setting her home on fire back in october were in court this morning. brian flores is live in castro valley to tell us what's next in this case and what happened. >> reporter: it's been over two months since the woman was killed in the home behind me. you can it still remains boarded up. but the two young men accused in her killing finally entered pleas today. the 18-year-old and 16-year-old pleaded not guilty in hayward criminal court. they are accused of strangling the woman and leaving her body inside while her home burned to the ground last october. the pair was arrested last month. investigators say the two had attentions -- intentions of stealing registered guns, cash and jewelry and selling them later. barbara latchly, investigators wanted her to leave but when they didn't, they strangled her and tried to -- investigators say they wanted her to leave but when they didn't, they strangled her. >> here's an attorney for one of the suspe
be very much unlike this 19-year-old. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> coming up, alyssa byrne's disappearance jars memories in her home town. the unique connection to poly clasp. clasp. >>> a fight between a father and son today. police say the father called 911 at 2:30 a.m. this morning to report he had been stabbed four times. when police arrived, his son had a head injury. both were taken to the hospital and both are expected to survive. no word on what caused the fight. >>> we are learning new information about the killing of a businessman. the information comes on the same day one of the four people arrested appeared in court. ktvu's alex savage has been uncovering details and is here now with what he learned. >> reporter: this afternoon i looked through a divorce filing in the case. it was thousands of pages long. among other things it hints at shady business dealings and a sham divorce. at this point prosecutors aren't saying what motivated the killers. >> reporter: facing a murder charge, he made his first appearance before a judge this afternoon. he did not enter a pl
and possible remains if they are found could make it take much longer. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> thank -- ktvu channel 2 news. >>> and they stopped them from landing and the landing did not quite go as planned. it happened at san carlos airport. a single engine lc41 rolled off at the end of the runway and the nose gear ended up in the water. the fbi website shows the plane is registered to a man in arizona and the investigation is underway. a train struck a man and his dog this morning killing both of them. the hayward fire department said the man was crossing the tracks at jackson street when a capital corridor train hit him. it appears the man was pushing a bicycle as he crossed. other trains were able to use alternate tracks to make their way around the scene as authorities investigated. >>> the search continues for a san francisco man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire. dexter oliver doused his girlfriend with gasoline and set her on fire in the bay view district. the 25-year-old mother of three is now in the hospital with life-threatening burns on her chest
conferences about it. >>> also a surprising study, the driver is blamed for much of the gridlock and ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up with us this tuesday morning, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather and traffic, steve is right there and you've got a really interesting forecast. >> well, it will go from one extreme to the other. temperatures 30s and 40s. today will be sunny and warmer for many unless you are out in the eastern parts of the bay area but high pressure is building and that will bring us sunshine and warmer temperatures especially in the south bay, here is sal. >>> good morning, we have a lot of fog as steve has been mentioning and it is a little bit foggy as you can bear clay see -- barely see some of the roads. not a lot of fog, there is a big accident on the east shore and i have a big accident in just a few minutes let go back to the desk. >>> new details about the close call yesterday on the san francisco bay this morning the coast guard will meet with the bar pilot with the oil tanker
in this developing story. i will have more at 6:00 p.m. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >> here is another view, a upclose picture of the damage done by the ship. you can see a part of the barrier stuck to the tanker that hit the bridge. >> what else do we know about the ship involved? >> consumer editor tom vacar continues our coverage with what he learned. tom? >> reporter: zoom into the back of the ship where the control tower is and where the smoke stacks is, that is where the damage took place. we are lucky because the ship not being loaded it would have done more damage to itself and to the bridge. this is a tanker, flagged in the pacific marshall islands. >> reporter: a bulk petroleum tanker that carried crude oil to the refinery and empty. that accounts for why the tanker was riding so high in the water. >> initial findings are that there is not any spill or discharge of product thine watt -- product into the water. >> the ship hit the base of the tower where the coast guard has a controlled tower. >> the vessel was not under the control of the coast guard, it is under the control of t
on ktvu channel 2. >>> we are on stormwatch tonight. good evening, i'm ken wayne. >> i'm jana katayama in for heather holmes nfl meteorologist mark tamayo is tracking where the storm is now, but we begin with ktvu's metakeller live at san francisco international airport. >> jana i just spoke with the manager who told me there are no delays at sfo. as for the rain it came on a busy travel weekend both in the air and on the roads. rain once again hit windshields and drenched the roads. so if you need to feed the family, why bother getting out of the car until you get home? >> just watch movies and eat in and out. >> stay warm and dry? >> yes, of course. >> reporter: many students enjoyed their time off with christmas and new year's, but head back to class on monday. for one college student the drive for san diego starts late tonight. >> mostly nervous because my tires are not the best tires to drive in the rain, but hopefully they will be okay. >> reporter: these guys are also driving southern california. >> the wipers aren't working well. >> reporter: people leaving in east palo a
responded to the scene and find out what -- try to get more clues as to what happened. >> reporter: ktvu has learned the pilot passed an alcohol test yesterday. that pilot, george kleess, has eight years of experience but has had some problems in the past. now according to state records, kleess ran aground brieffully a sacramento river on august 27th of 2009. then two days later, he ran into some wooden pylons on a catwalk in stockton. caltrans officials say the bridge itself sustained no structural damage as the wood in the metal fenders absorbed the impact just as they were supposed to. but the questions remain about how this happened and -- and if the pilot will be found at fault. we're told the ntsb will be doing two separate but concurrent investigations. we expect to learn more about that later today. live on treasure island, sal castanedo, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> four men are accused of robbing a gas station and assaulting the clerk at the shell station on lone treeway. police say four men in their 20s rush the store and tried to steal cases of beer. the clerk said the men attacked h
and barry bonds will not be inducted this year into the baseball hall of fame. ktvu's tara moriarty joins us live now with a look at how many vote esgot and what happened to the other -- votes he got and what happened to the other players. >> reporter: barry bonds only garnered 42% of the votes. bonds isn't alone no one made it this year and that has not happened since 1996. now, many say this is a clear rebutte to the steroid. bonds, clemens and roger clemens all denied big yowas close topping the ballot with 68% of the votes. he fell 39 votes short. now, bonds hit a major league record, 762 home runs. he run an unprecedented mvp. clemens won seven cy young awards. boat finished their careers amid steroid allegations. steroids were not banned at the time. but criticism led to major league baseball including drug testing in the game with strict suspension penalties. now, murph and matt weighed in on the top. brian murphy told ktvu that he shot bonds should have been inducted. >> every generation is tainted in some way, whether it was -- there was rampant methamphetamine use which is now ille
now. this is ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> everyone that was involved in this whole thing he said he is going to do it again. you know he should never be out. >> a former death row inmate who previously killed two women in the 1960s has now killed his own mother. >>> good afternoon, i am john in for tory. >>> we began with a call that began with a phone call. it wrapped up. paul joins us live. >> reporter: good afternoon, like you said it wrapped up then. two hours ago we spoke with family members of the women murdered in the 60s, she said she learned about it on our morning newscast. the family still have some of the original articles about him after he killed them. one unnamed family member asked we conceal her family identity because after he was released he contacted her. >> he called in the middle of the night and he started doing the singing song thing about don't worry about me, i am just passing through. >> he was sentenced to death in 1966 after he was convicted of them. he was also convicted of kidnapping and sexually assaulting others, for some reason he was given him. po
. >>> plus overnight news for marin county. officers still on the scene of a deadly attack. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning, to you. welcome to a brand new day friday, january 11th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us again this morning. it is friday, it is cold. let's check in with steve. >> it is cold, breezy you two. a lot of 30s and 40s. if it wasn't for that breeze it would be colder. couple showers possible. i think even inland could be a little bit more in the way of cloud buildups today. upper 40s and low 50s. here is sal. >>> traffic on highway 4 bay point you can see it moving along pretty well. san francisco northbound 101 traffic also looks good approaching the 80 split. let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following breaking news right now from the east bay. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty is in oakland where there is a raid going on. tara what can you tell us? >> reporter: if you take a look over here to my right to the right you can see this is the house that was actually raided just moments ago. and so
. all ahead on ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. welcome to friday it's january 11th i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us this morning. steve paulson is here. definitely cold. freeze warning all day? >> it's cold enough. no doubt about it. another day we could get up pop up showers again. little system coming into the northern part of the state. you can see that. again it favors areas to the west. upper 40s and low 50s. >>> good morning. we're looking at a live picture of eastbound interstate 80 where the lanes are clear here on 80. but a little after 3:00 this morning was much different story. a car hit the center divider near the ashby avenue exit and spun out. it was broadsided by an on coming car. two other cars were tangled up in the crash. the driver of the first car was a man. we're waiting to hear the extent of his injuries. one thing we do know it took awhile for this to clear up. more than an hour. the car was badly damaged. finally they opened up the lanes just after 4:35 this morning. and the traffic has completely recovered. stay wi
. >>> on ktvu you can find more on that collision. >>> a moraga teenager's second chance of becoming an eagle scout has been blocked. allie rasmusen is live with how it all came down to one signature, allie. >> reporter: the teenager built this tolerance wall with anti bullying messages to get his eagle scout award. but he learned he will never get that eagle scout award. and now his father says that he has moved to an even bigger goal. getting the boy scouts to change that policy. >> he has said it himself. he doesn't want to see another boy scout go through what he's been through. and i'm proud of him for his stance. >> reporter: he created this tolerance wall for his final project but his application was denied back in september because he is openly gay. but last month lawrence got a second chance after the board decided to review his case. >> we were told last week that the council was going to approve this and move on. >> reporter: just this morning they learned ryan would not be getting the final signature needed to receive his eagle award. the boy scouts of america told us his applicat
area news coverage, starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> we are definitely looking at the individuals and trying to bring closure to some of these open cases. >> oakland police crack down on violent offenders. >>> good afternoon, i am john sasaki in for tory. officers swept across the city in raids looking to take criminals off the streets. tara moriarty joins us now with word that today's effort was part of the ongoing operation cease-fire. tara. >> reporter: that's right. these raids were a part of an operation called cease-fire. it is basically an effort to get guns out of the hands of gang members and the chief says you know basically in response to the surge in violence we saw over this past year. now, this morning ktvu was the only crew to be on scene for two of the six raids that went down. they stretchd from santa cruz to el sobriente. we were there when they zeroed in a house there. then again on 43nd and telegraph. the entire scene, that is several automatic firearms and gang par paraphernalia linked to that. he said this was a follow up to a conversation
on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. complete ktvu channel 2 morning news starts right now. >> i am brian flores. >> and i am pam cook, thank you for waking up with us, let's start with the weather. >>> changes, changes are brewing, no doubt about it, unless you are stuck in that fog, temperatures will come down, highs ins 60s and 50s, here is sal. >>> we had some road work on the dumbarton, but the traffic is very light westbound, all the lanes have been reopened and looking at 880 and 101 and traffic looks good, see a little road work approaching 9th. let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following developing news. they both happened on 25th and connecticut streets just 90 minutes within each other. paul chambers is live at the scene, paul, what do you know this morning? >> reporter: i will tell there are two separate incidents, a stabbing and shooting and we will take a look at some video. police came out here after a shooting and they say that person was possibly shot in the foot. after a person left the scene a person called 911 saying there was a stabbing. that person had three stab
will be back on the ice. we will explain what is happening today regarding that. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> we are ready. good morning to you, wednesday january 9th, i am dave clark. >> thank you for waking up with us, steve is here with the weather forecast, cold today. chills, freeze warnings? >> yes, it is on its way, dave and pam, increasing clouds, watch out for fog, still some pockets of it, highs today coming down in oh about 7 minutes, here is sal. >>> interstate 880, no major problems here, the traffic continues to move along very nicely if you are driving to downtown. san francisco 101 traffic approaching the 880 split, let's go back to the desk. >>> police are going door to door looking for witnesses involving a violent night in the pet rather neighbor -- pet rather row -- in a nearby neighborhood and police are learning what happened with a violent incident which happened hours apart. >> reporter: police say they have very little to go on after two separate crimes sent two people to the hospital. it happened 1:40 this morning shots were fired as a man was exitin
. maureen naylor, ktvu news. >>> the catholic charity in santa rosa has more than 30 people on its wait list tonight even after bringing in additional beds. >> a lot of people that we serve come with already a lot of health issues, disabilities, mental well being so there is concern about that as well. >> with the frigid weather all 138 beds at that shelter are full. to help those still on the streets, volunteers plan to hand out warm clothing tomorrow morning. >>> and in the south bay, a frosty mount hamilton provided a scenic view of the mountains. it attracted dozens of visitors who just wanted to see what it looked like up close. >>> take a look at where it is. you don't usually see frost advisories right along the bay. then we have a freeze warning. those are the purple areas. the freeze warnings are very impressive because you're below freezing. that's the frost advisory but you're seeing it in redwood city, san mateo and fremont places that don't usually get those. very chilly for this hour it's 38 in fairfield. it's 36 in napa. so what's going to happen? these temperatures that are f
. >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00. >>> geek i'm ken wayne. >> hello everyone i'm heather holmes. we begin with that developing news in san josi. a woman crashed her car into a pond and just minutes ago we learned that despite efforts to rescue her underwater she died. kutv's debora villalon is live at the scene right off the almaden expressway. >> reporter: heather this happened before 3:00 and it's still a developing situation, because no one can be absolutely sure yet if the woman driving that gray car that you see over there was the only victim. she was pulled lifeless from her vehicle, submerged in about 15' of water. she had been under about 40 minutes and paramedics tried to revive her, but she was pronounced dead at a local hospital. this was a single-car accident and no explanation for. it the driver was coming out of the al plaiden plaza mall when witnesses say instead of turning, she drove straight across the intersection at high- speed, jumped a curb, went through a fence and launched into the pond. the first fire crews wer
on the bay bridge. ktvu's heather holmes has our continuing coverage. she is live on treasure island tonight to tell us what the investigation has yielded so far, heather. >> reporter: frank the tanker of the overseas raymar has been ordered to remain anchored here indefinitely. tonight as you mentioned the coast guard is telling us that those on board this vessel were told that trouble was ahead. before the 750-foot oil tanker struck a tower of the bay bridge yesterday morning, those monitoring its travels warned of the danger. according to information released late tonight from the u.s. coast guard the vessel traffic service on yerba buena island tapped with helping ships navigate safely was in communication with the overseas raymara and alerted the ship to the hazard. but whether the pilot had time to react remains to be seen. >> the pilot is responsible for the navigation of their own vessel. >> reporter: guy kleess is no advantager to the bay. having guided vessels through the tricky waters since 2005. the coast guard finished their interviews with the pilot and crew. >> they'll have tw
mckayla returned home. >> rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a judge today postponed sentencing for the father of a suspect. fer nan dez is now scheduled to be stenszed january 28th in the santa clara county court in morgan hill. he's been convicted of 17 counts of sex crimes over a ten-year span involving a girl who was four or five years old when the abuse began. this case is not related to its son who is in jail for allegedly killing sierra lamar. >>> mountain view police say they tracked down a suspect in a cold case murder that sat unsovd for more than 20 years. tonight live in mountain view to tell us what led investigators to this sus nekt. . >> gasia, i talked to owners of the liquor store there who say some of their customers remember this murder case. the woman was strangled and prosecutors tell me that they were able to make all thanks to a very tiny bit of evidence found under the victim's fingernails. >> she was 21 years old from san jose, and on january 18th, 1985, her body was found in a dumpster behind the bailey park plaza shopping scepter in mountain view. toda
in pittsburgh, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san francisco police today released new surveillance video in hopes of solving a three-month-old murder. investigators say the trail has gone cold following the killing of 46-year-old aleiah cruz. they hope the public will recognize the man. less than an hour later the man ran down the sidewalk. cruz was found stabbed to death in her home. >> we're trying to drum up any information. this might spark someone's memory. they might recognize this person from a neighborhood. >> police also released this sketch of a suspect. he is described as a mixed-reyes man, 26 to 35 years old with braids or ponytails. >>> new information tonight about a bone fragment found in a central valley well. police in hayward now say it is not from kidnapped victim mckayla garrett. that bone was discovered with the remains of other victim of the so-called speed freak killers. because of the victim's ages and the time they were buried, investigators thought the bone might have been garrett's remains but hayward police say dna testing shows the bone belongs to a previously-identif
he was acting in self defense. reporting live in pittsburgh, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a 19-year-old pleaded not guilty to murder charges in a san francisco court today in connection with a deadly crash on new year's day. david morales is accused of shooting at three people and fleeing police before crashing at 21st street and south van ness. the impact of his crash killed two people and seriously injured a third. >>> an oakland mother is asking for help looking for her run away son who has the mental capacity of an 11-year-old. here's 15-year-old charles anderson. he's big for his age. he's 5' 11, and weighs 230 pounds. his mother and step father say charles left his home sunday afternoon after they argued about him going to see a friend. his mother says she has checked with friends and family and he's not with them. >>> there are questions tonight about whether fbi investigators are on the right track in a new search for more victims of the speed freak killers. crews continued for a second day excavating a well in san joaquin county. the well was identified after
. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> well, good morning to you welcome to a brand-new day, it is january 7th, what year? >> 2013. >> i am dave clark. >> good morning, some people think it is unlucky, but i am not buying into that. >> it's good to be optimistic. >> i agree. >> unless you are dealing with a lot of fog and you can be pest mystic but a lot of high clouds to near 60s. here is sal. >>> it is busier already coming through berkeley and out to the oakland area and when you get to the toll plaza it is not busy just yet and everything looks good on 101 coming to the downtown area. let's go back to the desk. >>> a search continues for a san francisco man accused of dousing his girlfriend with gasoline and setting her on fire. alex savage has more in san francisco with what family members are saying about this attack, good morning, alex. >> reporter: they say it was an argument about laundry which prompted the attack. the victim in this case is a mother of three and remains hospitalized with severe burns to her face and chest. police are still searching for that woman's boyfriend and the
celebrate, it is all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> complete bay area coverage starts right now. this is the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning, thank you for waking up with us, january 10th, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather, traffic, steve is right there, i know i need a coat, do i need an umbrella? >> no doubt, it is going to be a cold, cold day in fact we already have rain activity and even a snow mix in the santa cruz mountains and when that green turns to white it is a mix and that may be above 3600 feet. here is sal. >>> good morning, right now 237 steve traffic looks good as you travel through problems, and let's go back to the desk. >>> 5:01 a convicted murderer out on parole may have trucks again and this time police say he may have killed his own mother. live in vallejo with more on what has happened and the violent history of this man. >> this is also where they were called yesterday in this area and we are in a 2500 block of mars field road. they called him for turning in his 89-year-old mother. vallejo police say just before noon, he called offic
hearts forever ktvu channel 2 news. >> a new report out today finds california park officials kept millions of dollars secret for more than a decade. the state attorney general's office says officials continue their intentional nondisclosure because they were afraid their budget would be cut. last summer, two secret funds were discovered containing tens of millions of dollars. at the time, 70 parks were scheduled to close because of the budget crunch. >> only on 2 this afternoon, the oakland police department is looking for men and women who have what it takes to join their ranks. the department started the first phase of its hiring process this morning looking for new officer trainees. apply can'ts took a physical agility test to see if they're fit enough for the job. the department is seriously short staffed and is hoping to change that. >> it's part of the chief and the city's initiative for 2013 to increase our resources and help us fight crime here in the city. >> applicants who pass the test will then have to take a written test and if they pass that, they will be brought bef
coverage of the near disaster on the san francisco bay that we first covered on ktvu channel 2 news at noon yesterday. this morning, the u.s. coast guard will meet with the pilot of the oil tanker that sideswiped a tower of the bay bridge. ktvu's alex savidge joins us live with new details about this bar pilot's past. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. a coast guard spokesperson tells me there will be an update on this investigation coming after the team is briefed at 8:00 this morning. we do know that investigators will be sitting down later today and talking with the pilot at the controls of this 750-foot oil tanker when it struck one of the bay bridge towers. he's identified as george close with eight years experience. he did pass an alcohol test yesterday and the results of a drug test may come back today. yesterday's accident yesterday after the vessel was heading back to sea. there was heavy fog in the area at the time. that cut visibility on the bay to just about a quarter mile. this double-hauled vessel struck the wood and barrier that sports the bridge on the western sp
, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> sausalito police announced arrest of a man who had 164 pounds of marijuana. he had stashed the pot in a self-storage locker. >>> new developments in the case of michaela garrett, bone fragment found in a well in san joaquin county was not that of the girl. she was kidnapped in 1988 outside a seven eleven. her mother had new hope she would finally know what happened to her daughter on monday she spoke with ktvus rita williams. >> if this turns out not to be her we have to start looking from scratch other places. it just goes on and on. >> reporter: sharon has been waiting for the dna results since october now her wait will go on. police said the bone fragment belongs to a previously identified murder victim. >> at least one navigational aid of the bay bridge was not working monday during an inspection shortly after an oil tanker clipped a support tower. heather has been following this story from the beginning and live now at treasure island with the notice issued to mariners. heather. >> reporter: julie, after the accident the coast guard started examining variou
this season, it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. . >>> good morning, i am pam cook, thank you for waking up with us. >> is it -- i thought i saw it? >> no. >> it will be there until the end of the week. >> okay, they will not be doing too much but a few high clouds will be spilling over and 50s and 60s on the temperatures, here is sal. >>> on the east shore freeway it does look good although there are more people joining us for this commute from east shore to berkeley. also the morning commute is good, let's go back to the desk. >>> a man was stabbed an injured in san jose and it happened while he was just sitting in his car. janine de la vega is on the scene and just spoke to the victim's friend, jeanine? >> reporter: that is right, they were not able to go back to sleep and they said the victim and some friends were here on the corner in front of an apartment complex drinking. you can still see some of the beer bottles left over but you can see all the broken glass from all the violence that broke out. a 20-year-old man who lives in this apartment complex was in his car when
francisco woman who was set on fire is pleading for the suspect to turn himself in. ktvu's alex savidge is in san francisco with what sparked the violence and who police are searching for this morning. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. relatives say this was a heated argument over laundry that apparently prompted this attack yesterday. this man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire is still on the loose this morning and police are hunting for him. in the meantime, the victim in this case, a mother of 3, remains hospitalized with burns to her face and her chest. relatives tell ktvu she's 25- year-old star lamarr. she's now being streeted at saint francis hospital burn -- treated at saint francis burns center. her injuries are life- threatening. they are trying to track down dexter oliver, her boyfriend. he's accused of dousing her on gasoline and setting her on fire in the middle of the street. this attack happened yesterday around noon near hollister and jennings street in the bayview district. police say oliver used gas from one of the canisters at the couple's home. v
, ktvu news. >>> witnesses tell us they heard 30 to 40 gunshots. contra costa sheriff deputies say two men were found at the scene and taken to the hospital. a woman was dropped off at doctors medical center in san pablo also suffering from a gunshot wound. no word yet on a motive. investigators say they are currently trying to develop descriptions of the suspects. >>> the 19-year-old man accused of speeding away from police and causing a crash that killed two innocent people in san francisco's mission district appeared in court today. david morales faces two counts of murder and several other felony charges in connection with the deadly crash on new year's day. the district attorney says morales is a known gang member. >> when you look at the outcome in this particular case, you have two innocent people that are dead, that had nothing to do with anything to do with gangs and then you have a third party that is very seriously injured, absolutely no tolerance for that at all. >> today's arrangement was postponed. if convicted morales could be sentenced to 200 years in prison. the medic
in court tomorrow afternoon. live in dublin, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> sausalito police announced arrest of a man who had 164 pounds of marijuana. he had stashed the pot in a self-storage locker. >>> new developments in the case of michaela garrett, bone fragment found in a well in san joaquin county was not that of the girl. she was kidnapped in 1988 outside a seven eleven. her mother had new hope she would finally know what happened to her daughter on monday she spoke with ktvus rita williams. >> if this turns out not to be her we have to start looking from scratch other places. it just goes on and on. >> reporter: sharon has been waiting for the dna results since october now her wait will go on. police said the bone fragment belongs to a previously identified murder victim. >> at least one navigational aid of the bay bridge was not working monday during an inspection shortly after an oil tanker clipped a support tower. heather has been following this story from the beginning and live now at treasure island with the notice issued to mariners. heather. >> reporter: julie, after t
dawn in the hours between 4:00 and 7:00 a.m. where the coldest hits. maureen naylor, ktvu news. >>> the catholic charity in santa rosa has more than 30 people on its wait list tonight even after bringing in additional beds. >> a lot of people that we serve come with already a lot of health issues, disabilities, mental well being so there is concern about that as well. >> with the frigid weather all 138 beds at that shelter are full. to help those still on the streets, volunteers plan to hand out warm clothing tomorrow morning. >>> and in the south bay, a frosty mount hamilton provided a scenic view of the mountains. it attracted dozens of visitors who just wanted to see what it looked like up close. >>> take a look at where it is. you don't usually see frost advisories right along the bay. then we have a freeze warning. those are the purple areas. the freeze warnings are very impressive because you're below freezing. that's the frost advisory but you're seeing it in redwood city, san mateo and fremont places that don't usually get those. very chilly for this hour it's 38 in fai
of saturday's game starts at 4:00 p.m. with a ktvu pregame show. then fox picks up network coverage at 4:30 with kick offset for just after 5:00. following the game, look for ibanez covering the postgame. >>> federal regulators have reached an agreement. regulators say eligible borrowers will be contacted by the end of march. the claims will be divided between people in danger of losing their home. those who have not signed into the deal are still in federal negotiations with federal regulators. >>> anti foreclosure activists rallied for a woman fighting to save her home. protesters with the alliance of californians for community enpowerment shut down the wells fargo. >> the settlement suspect the problem. the problem is keeping people in their homes. >> wells fargo says the company welcomes open discussion. >>> dow lost 50 points today, the nasdaq dropped two. investors seem to be turning their attention to corporate profits with quarterly earnings reports resuming tomorrow. >>> the advisory that will affect your morning. when dense fog will begin plaguing commuters and the time line fo
it had a factor in what happened here. eric rasmussen, ktvu news. >>> witnesses tell us they heard 30 to 40 gunshots. contra costa sheriff deputies say two men were found at the scene and taken to the hospital. a woman was dropped off at doctors medical center in san pablo also suffering from a gunshot wound. no word yet on a motive. investigators say they are currently trying to develop descriptions of the suspects. >>> the 19-year-old man accused of speeding away from police and causing a crash that killed two innocent people in san francisco's mission district appeared in court today. david morales faces two counts of murder and several other felony charges in connection with the deadly crash on new year's day. the district attorney says morales is a known gang member. >> when you look at the outcome in this particular case, you have two innocent people that are dead, that had nothing to do with anything to do with gangs and then you have a third party that is very seriously injured, absolutely no tolerance for that at all. >> today's arrangement was postponed. if convicted morales
. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for joining us on this friday morning. january 4th i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. let's check weather, traffic, steve's right there. >> still cold you need a coat but not as cold as the past couple of mornings. 30s are cold. but 27s and 28s yesterday. that's not the case today. patchy fog out there. mostly sunny to partly sunny. it looks like a change for the weekend. we'll get to that in 7 minutes. >>> good morning if you're driving on highway 24 between walnut creek and oakland, so far so good. also this morning we're looking at northbound 101 in san francisco. that looks good approaching the 80 split. let's go back to the desk. >>> we're following developing news out of san jose where a fire started at a cannibus club. janine de la vega was the first reporter of the scene, what can you tell us about the investigation at this point. >> reporter: the fire is out and it was relatively small but firefighters think this could have been intentionally set. now, an employee told me that the security company that monitors this can
and bring you live report tonight on the 10:00 news. reporting live, ktvu channel 2 news. >> at their home a stream of well wishers have been offers well wishes. they remember her as a funny woman studying to a paramedic/firefighter. her family says it is devastated by the loss. >> she was a great girl. she will be really missed. and i am sorry that is all i can say. >> i was sure she was going to come home. i was almost 100%. >> at the end of the day she is always responsible and safe and this is the one time she was not. >> reporter: there is no word on funeral services. >>> we are gathering information on a developing story in north richmond where the officials say several people have been shot. the sheriff's office says the shooting happened at 5th street and chelsea avenue an hour ago near the sunset market. a spokesman says there are multiple victims but their conditions are not known. we do have a crew on the way and will have more tonight on the 10:00 news on ktvu. >>> a 19-year-old man appear inside a san francisco court today to face two murder charges in contphebgd with a deadl
follow the blanket giveaway tonight on our 10:00 news. ctvu channel 2 -- ktvu channel 2 news. . >> the cold weather pattern has been settling in and with the clearing skies temperatures have been dropping you-all this evening setting the stage for this frost advisory out toward the bay show. temperatures in the low to mid 30s, around 30 to 35 degrees with more concern in the freeze warning that kicks in overnight. this is for friday and also saturday morning. the freeze warning in place for the north bay, the inland valleys and out toward the sanda clara valley. -- santa clara valley. >> already dropping down. look at fairfield in the upper 30s, lots of 40s for santa rosa, 48, san jose at 47. the weather changes you can february the -- for the upcoming weekend. >>> a machine accused of getting his gifd on prior -- girlfriend on fire pleaded not guilt. 22-year-old decks teroliver doused star lamar with -- dexter ol liver. they got in an argument at a laundry mat. >> we are, i think, very pleased to see this scene as a public safety issue, a victim safety issue, safety for the
a fender protecting the base of a tower on the bay bridge. ktvu's heather holmes has our continuing coverage. she is live on treasure island tonight to tell us what the investigation has yielded so far, heather. >> reporter: frank the tanker of the overseas raymar has been ordered to remain anchored here indefinitely. tonight as you mentioned the coast guard is telling us that those on board this vessel were told that trouble was ahead. before the 750-foot oil tanker struck a tower of the bay bridge yesterday morning, those monitoring its travels warned of the danger. according to information released late tonight from the u.s. coast guard the vessel traffic service on yerba buena island tapped with helping ships navigate safely was in communication with the overseas raymara and alerted the ship to the hazard. but whether the pilot had time to react remains to be seen. >> the pilot is responsible for the navigation of their own vessel. >> reporter: guy kleess is no advantager to the bay. having guided vessels through the tricky waters since 2005. the coast guard finished their inter
the safety of that jet. it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning. brian flores has the morning off. steve paulson is here. it is very cold this morning. >> it is indeed. no doubt about it. we have 30s. although there is a little bit enough of obese. you can still there is a lot of moisture screaming down on the west. inland it will be a cool and breezy day. here is sal. >>> we have a major crash in berkeley on 80 eastbound that has been blocking lanes for a bit. you can still see activity there for a bit. let's go to tara moriarty who is there on the scene with more details. good morning, tara. >> reporter: it's a little hard to hear you out here because it's so noisy. we're on the university avenue overpass. i don't know if you can see where the flashing lights are. that is the westbound direction. on the other side is where the accident happened it looks like all lanes are clear. but if we take a look at the video we shot a couple minutes ago you can see there is a charcoal gray colored car. it hit the
now. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for joining us, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather, traffic, steve is there, we have a coat, we have an crumbled -- an crumbled la -- umbrella. >> right there on the coast, that is where the most active weather is right towards san mateo coast. it is going to be very cool, upper 40s and 50s. >>> good morning right now, traffic on 880 north and southbound. we are off to a nice start with not a lot of major problems to report. also looking at the san mateo bridge, that traffic is doing well. let's go back to the desk. >>> the caster valley man is facing charges in a drug case that is getting national attention this morning. he had a live alligator guarding his marijuana. here is more on this with this alligator named, mr. teeth. claudine? >> reporter: well, dave, no doubt, deputies here are used to dealing with a lot of strange and unusual things but a 5-foot alligator guarding a stash of marijuana that does not happen every day. this alligator is 5 feet long and his name is mr. teeth. he is kept in a flex i gla
message to the thousands of people behind bars in california, it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us this tuesday morning, january 8th. >> steve just took us back to the '60s. >> well some of us. >> i don't remember. >> very sharp today mr. clark. that is very stylist. mr. blackwell would approve. 30s and 40s but ones we get through the fog sunnyside up and warmer and 50s and 60s on the high, here is sal. >>> well, if you are going to san francisco and if you are using any of the bridges, it looks good. also on westbound bridge, coming down to the golden gate bridge, that traffic is nice, let's go back to the desk. >>> we are starting with new details on the san francisco bay, this morning the coast guard will be meeting with the oil tanker which sideswiped the bay bridge. he has this new information about the bar pilot and about that accident, good morning. >>> they have learned the bar pilot in yesterday's collision did pass but the results of a drug test are expected to be back later on today. i want to show you it is a 750- foot oi
starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning to you, welcome to pam cook's favorite day of the week, friday. it is january the 4th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. weather cold out there. still no real rain in the forecast, right. >> you've had a tough week, pam. why don't you take the next two days off. >> i like to work two, take two. >> well it's not as cold. it's still cold out there, but temperatures have been coming up. we will have mostly sunny, partly sunny day today but the intention for the weekend, we'll get to that in a few minutes. >>> traffic is doing well so far although it is getting crowded many parts of antioch. slow traffic on highway 4. here in bay point looks good. the morning commute moving along well in oakland. 5, let's go back to the desk. >>> happening right now, a lot of cleaning up needs to be done after a hit-and-run crash in san francisco just hours ago. ktvu's claudine wong is there in san francisco with the latest on where a driver crashed into a caltran parking lot so what happened. >> reporter: t
they haven't heard or seen anything overnight. police need your help in this situation. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:02. happening now. there are -- happening now, there are reports of 40 to 50 people who have been hurt in a new york city ferry crash. these are live pictures. it's quite busy. a lot of crews covering up people with blankets. it's very cold. this is happening in lower manhattan, very close to wall street. one person suffered critical head injuries. responders treating people in a makeshift triage area. several people have been taken away by stretchers to ambulances. the ferry reportedly hit the dock while pulling into pier 11. this was about an hour ago and the impact of the crash tore a hole in the ferry because it came in too fast. witnesses say hundreds of passengers were on board. most injuries were reportedly on the upper level where people were waiting to get off the ferry. that's the ferry there in question. again, it looks like some crews on the front are trying to figure out what happened. the ferry responded to new jersey, a popular commuter route. live
a driver fleeing from police crashed into a power pole in a caltrain parking lot. ktvu's claudine wong has been at the scene since 4:30 this morning and has more. they are making some progress? >> reporter: yes, tori. since we last economicked in with you, we -- checked in with you, they've made some progress. there was a power pole hanging from the top of the hours and hanging down. the big step was to get that down. now it's laying on the tree. they said once they -- on the ground. they said once they did that, they would be able to fix the power. take a look at this scene right now. it's a mess. it's been that way for more than five hours since this chase happened. it started at 1:50 this morning. san francisco police telling me this actually started as a chp place that ended up down in the streets of san francisco. they say the driver fled from a traffic stop, ended up crashing into the power pole, into a fence and into a caltrain truck that happened to be parked in an employee parking lot. that knocked out the power, the driver fled. san francisco police got on scene and they are righ
calling the ktvu newsroom complaining that they didn't have water to irrigate wounds. some surgeries were also postponed. crews were seen digging outside but it's not clear what caused the problem. it is supposed to be fixed though by right about now. >>> investigators say the petaluma teen found dead in south tahoe appears to have taken off her ski jacket and became disoriented while walking. alyssa byrne was found last friday. she had attempted to walk in freezing weather to a hotel in state line nevada. at this point they'll try to determine if drugs or alcohol were a factor in her death. >>> a spokesman for the oakland unified district says it will be at least a week until their district building reopened after there had been a flood there. someone accidentally left a tap on in a custodian closet overnight. the flood caused cig -- significant damage and most employees will be working from home for the rest of the week. >>> there was a glimmer of hope this morning for a gay boy scout who's trying to earn his eagle scout rank. it's a story that has gained a lot of attention. >> reporte
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